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Extra Tickets Added To The Sold Out 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen' Panto At Hope Street Theatre

Sold Out Panto, 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen', Releases Extra Tickets For Hope Street Theatre Performances

Extra tickets added to the sold out 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen' at Hope Street Theatre (Credit: City Theatre/Supplied By Publicist).
Extra tickets added to the sold out 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen' at Hope Street Theatre (Credit: City Theatre/Supplied By Publicist).

This Winter, City Theatre presents a retelling of the famous Snow White storyset in the Liverpool City Region from the 8th to the 10th of December.


After escaping the workhouse and the clutches of the Wicked Scouse Queen (played by Anna Chan), Snow White and her friend Will Grimm manage to escape. Now both 19, they have returned to the Kingdom of Liverpool to reclaim what Snow White (played by Molly Riley) is entitled too.

Filled with great music, this is a family panto you will enjoy from start to finish.

On the way back a battle takes place which separates Snow and Will. Lost in a forest Snow White meets Happy (played by Lucy Walters). Happy is missing her six friends who have gone on a mission to the Wirral.

Rehearsals taking place for 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen' at Hope Street Theatre (Credit: City Theatre/Supplied By Publicist).
Rehearsals taking place for 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen' at Hope Street Theatre (Credit: City Theatre/Supplied By Publicist).

When Will Grimm (Gemma Harrison) wakes up alone he is found by Fairy Hope (Elisha Mai). Together they build more than a friendship, but can Fairy Hope help Will find his good friend Snow White. The comedy in the show is provided by Dame QE2 (Graham Lyne) and Buster (Johnny Sedgwick-Davies), who are visiting the Kingdom of Liverpool after there castle is burnt down. With them is the duo Tilly & Billy, who end up joining the travelling circus. However, Dame QE2 and Buster end up in the Wicked Scouse Queens prison. Will they ever be released? Filled with great music, this is a family panto you will enjoy from start to finish.

Extra tickets added to the sold out 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen' at Hope Street Theatre (Credit: City Theatre/Supplied By Publicist).
Extra tickets added to the sold out 'Snow White & The Scouse Queen' at Hope Street Theatre (Credit: City Theatre/Supplied By Publicist).

Panto Information

Directors: Rebekah Moreland, Molly Riley & Barry Levy. Choreographers: Georgia Lomas-Lewis & Rebekah Moreland. Singing Coach: Elisha Mai Curry. Script Written By Barry Levy.

Dates: December 8th, 9th & 10th of December, Starting at 7pm.

Venue: Hope Street Theatre.

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